Category: Copyright

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Subpoenas in Connecticut to ISPs Allowed – ISP Subpoena Defense

Strike 3 Holdings LLC , the movie company behind the adult entertainment brands Tushy, Vixen, and Blacked is suing internet users in California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania  for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Most recently, Strike 3 Holdings has obtained the permission of

Sued by ME2 Productions? Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

ME2 Productions, Inc., the movie company behind “Mechanic:Resurrection” starring Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones has sued over 1,000 internet users across the country. The company alleges its movie was obtained for free on the internet without paying their license fee. According to ME2 Productions, this amounts to copyright infringement and they

Colorado Lawsuits By UN4 Productions Inc: Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Inc., the movie company behind the fighting film Boyka: Undisputed has begun filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits in Colorado alleging internet users illegally downloaded the movie for free. UN4 Productions Inc. is filing similar lawsuits in a number of other states across the country including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and

UN4 Productions Inc Lawsuits Against Indiana Internet Users – Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Inc., the movie company behind the fighting film Boyka: Undisputed has begun filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits in Indiana as well as a number of other states across the country including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, and Colorado alleging internet users illegally downloaded the movie for free. Due to

UN4 Productions Inc Lawsuits Against Texas Internet Users Over “Boyka: Undisputed” – Free Consultation With Antonelli Law Defense

UN4 Productions Inc., the movie company behind the fighting film Boyka: Undisputed has begun filing federal copyright infringement lawsuits in Texas as well as a number of other states across the country including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, and Colorado alleging internet users illegally downloaded the movie for free. Due to
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